Metric ready for a Sweden visit!

By on July 24, 2018

The wait is over! Canadian indian rock band METRIC comes to Sweden. Saturday the 27th of October, the band is playing on Kägelbanan in Stockholm.

Tickets were released Friday July 20th.

With songs like “Help I’m Alive”, “Sick Muse” and “Gimme Sympahty”, Canadian indie rockers in METRIC have attracted fans worldwide and heard in context like One Tree Hill, The Vampire Diaries, 90210, Grays Anatomy, FIFA and The Twilight Saga.

On September 21, the band releases its seventh studio album, produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who previously worked with artists like M83, Beck and Nine Inch Nails. The album has been recorded in METRIC’s studio in Toronto and has been mixed with legendary Tony Hoffer, whose track record includes names like Phoenix, Depeche Mode and Air. “Dark Saturday” is the first taste sample from there.

“This is our seventh album as a band and we wanted the first song people heard from it to be “Dark Saturday” as a sonic heads up that our guitars are back in force. Lyrically, the song depicts a dystopian night life scene of gaudy wealth where oblivious party girls say nauseating things like, “I’m so rich everything’s free.” – Emily Haines

We look forward to welcoming METRIC to Kägelbanan on 27 October!

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment | Stockholm